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The so-called "Pittsburgh Proclamation," organizational manifesto of the anarchist International Working People's Association (IWPA) adopted at its convention held in Pittsburgh, PA on October 14, 1883.

From the English text in "Freiheit" [New York], edited by Johann Most, December 27, 1890.

Reprinted by eprinted in Frederic Trautmann in the book "The Voice of Terror: A Biography of Johann Most." Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1980; pp. 253-257.

This machine-readable pdf edited by Tim Davenport and published in Corvallis, OR by 1000 Flowers Publishing, 2006. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.


Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections

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